A true-crime podcast finds more clues, and smaller audiences are good too
July 5, 2017 · 0.5 minutes to read
The Australian ABC’s true-crime podcast, Trace, appears to be uncovering new evidence about the case they are featuring.
Is the goal always to have a large audience? Radio Survivor talks about small podcasts in their podcast this week.
2017 is officially the year podcasts made the mainstream (again), according to this piece from The Memo.
Some data points from the recent Edison Research Infinite Dial study in Australia. Podcasting appears particularly strong in Australia: this article compares Australia with the US and says Aussies are more familiar but less vigorous in adoption.
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